What are you doing this summer?
We encourage you to pursue interests, passions and exploration activities over summer. Summer can be a way for you to explore, challenge yourself in an outside activity (academic or otherwise) and build a resume that you're proud of! Take a look at resources below and download the Summer Planning Guide below for a helpful way to start.
Additionally, use the free search databases below to find summer opportunities.
Career Education Page: Visit the Career Education's summer page for more opportunities, links to programs and ideas to explore your passions and showcase your strengths here: Summer Opportunities
Naviance Enrichment Programs: Log in to your Naviance account, click on "colleges" then under college research, click on "enrichment programs" to search for summer and enrichment opportunities.
For students pursuing STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) fields, the MIT admissions office graciously shares a list of Enrichment Opportunities and Summer Programs for interested students. Most programs mentioned on these websites are selective, meaning these programs require rigorous applications for admission. Please understand that participating in these programs does not guarantee admission to MIT or other highly selective colleges.
Are you visiting a college our going on a full college tour? Check out this awesome resource that will help you journal, reflect and use your visits to ultimately be more mindful in your college essays and applications: EF TOURS: The Uncommon Application
Don't forget to review the highly useful resources below!